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November 23, 1901

Medical News.

JAMA. 1901;XXXVII(21):1397-1402. doi:10.1001/jama.1901.02470470039012

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X-Ray Damages.  —Dr. John Weldon, Willimantic, has recovered $6750 damages from a firm in Boston who sold him an x-ray machine from which he received a burn incapacitating him from work for twenty-two months.Scarlet fever is reported to be prevalent in the towns around New Haven. The school at North Branford has been closed; Centerville has six cases, and twelve cases are reported in the Union Hill school district in Union City. Several cases are reported from Meriden.

Memorial to Dr. Hudson.  —A special meeting of the Hartford Medical Society was held October 31 to take action on the death of Dr. William M. Hudson, vice-president of the Society. Addresses were made and a committee was appointed to draw up resolutions of respect for his memory.


Personal.  —Dr. Ned C. Berry, formerly house surgeon in the Plant System Hospital, Sanford, has located in Kissimmee City.—Dr. Richard

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